Getaway driver sentenced in 2010 bank robbery, chase and shootout

Larrylon Williams received three concurrent sentences for robbing a bank and then leading deputies on a chase that ended in a shootout
January 26, 2013 4:27:29 PM PST
A Fort Bend County bank robbery suspect also accused in a deputy shootout in 2010 will spend several decades behind bars for the crimes.

Larrylon Williams received three concurrent sentences for robbing a bank and then leading deputies on a chase that ended in a shootout. Two of the sentences are 45 years each and the third is 30 years, officials said. Williams was also fined $30,000.

The chase and shootout were caught on deputies' dash cameras.

Investigators said Williams was the getaway driver in the incident. He was convicted on Wednesday.

Williams' alleged partner in the crimes -- Mouafak Kazzaz -- died during the shootout.

One deputy was injured. He suffered two gunshot wounds to the wrist and a bullet grazed his head.

A civilian was also shot. She survived her injuries.

The jury spent 12 hours deliberating over the case.
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